ETC Mods Bundle is designed to make it quick and easy for developers to complete a few tasks that they need to perform on every site they build for a client.
*Set a custom admin footer link (example: “Site by: ETC”)
*Set a custom login page logo above the login fields
*Create a custom dashboard box that could be used to display support contact information, instructions, etc.
The custom admin footer link is useful for displaying your name at the bottom of the admin area, as well as a link back to your website.
The custom login page logo is an easy way to add an image above the login section. You can set the image width in the settings, in case you need to adjust it. The default width is 320px wide. The height of the login page logo will automatically adjust to the correct height.
The custom dashboard box is useful for displaying information in the dashboard section that visitors to the admin area may find helpful. A good example is for adding support contact information for the developers, or instructions from the developer(s) on how to use the admin area.
- Upload the ETC Mods Bundle plugin to your WordPress site
- Activate it
- Visit the “ETC Mods” link in your Settings menu to edit the features.
*You can disable features by unchecking them and saving the changes.
*You can set a width for the login page logo, in case your width needs to be different than default. The height will automatically adjust.
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*Updated the version number in a location that was missed.
*Replaced depreciated hook ‘login_headertitle’ with ‘login_headertext’.
*Added a Settings link to the plugin listing on the plugins page.
*Added an argument to 3 functions. The missing arguments could have caused issues loading the plugin in some cases.
*Update plugin code to make various functions/names more unique, to help prevent potential conflicts with other plugins in the future.
*Adjusted the readme.txt file